Thursday Dec 5
Livingston man charged with false billing in Gustav work
Prosecutors have filed 81 formal charges against a former Livingston Parish contractor accused of falsifying billing invoices and theft related to parish Hurricane Gustav cleanup work.
Tangipahoa board rejects two charter applications
The board shot down applications for LIFE Preparatory Academy and Hammond Charter Academy.
Harvest Moon Homecoming benefits Covington Food Bank: Northshore Notables
Benefactors of the Covington Food Bank were given the red carpet treatment at the Harvest Moon Homecoming reception.
WDSU-TV New Orleans
Tangi. Parish School Board's latest attempt to desegregate schools struck down by judge
The Tangipahoa Parish School Board's latest attempt to desegregate its schools was struck down by a federal judge on Friday, sending school officials back to the drawing board in a case that potentially has statewide implications.
Judge rejects hearing on Tangipahoa school plan
Tangipahoa officials learned Saturday that a federal judge ruled against holding a hearing on a modified integration plan aimed at ending a half-century-old desegregation case.
Re-enactment set at former Confederate camp
The annual Civil War re-enactment is set for Nov. 23-24 at Camp Moore near the village of Tangipahoa.
WAFB-TV Baton Rouge
Trial begins Monday in 6-year-old's abduction
A Chesterfield judge orders child supports from a man who is not the biological father of a 13-year-old girl.
WWL-TV New Orleans
What's on Saturday's ballot: judicial runoffs, tax issues
A low voter turnout is expected Saturday for several judicial runoff elections in the metro area, as well as several important tax and bond issues There is a congressional runoff on the ballot in District 5, which covers mostly northeast and central Louisiana, but includes parts of Tangipahoa and Washington Parishes.
Opposition to jail tax widespread in Tangipahoa
The Tangipahoa Parish Council Tuesday gave its official approval to the results of elections held Oct. 19 including the closely watched proposal that, had it passed, would have authorized a half-cent sales tax to fund the construction of a new parish jail.